Since Animal Crossing is a Anthropomorphic social game, there are different form of animals you can interact with and collect. Bugs (insects) is one of the different groups. Bug collection is almost the same as the previous installments but there has been some new additions.
In order to collect bugs, you are going to need a Bug Net. Once you have it, approach a bug (where it’s found) and charge your net and ultimately throw it towards the bug. One thing you should keep in mind that is if you are not cautious enough in approach, some of the bugs may fly away.
After you have caught a bug, they will be automatically listed in your encyclopedia. What good these bugs would do? Well, either you can sell them or donate them to the museum. If you are just a collector type, you can also place these bugs in your house or just free them. The choice is yours.
Like fishes and other sea creatures, each bug has a specific habitat and time window in which you can catch it. Having information about the time duration and the habitat can save you a lot of time.
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